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- Museum-quality Lebron James head sculpt with authentic likeness, with “multi-layer” paint application.
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The Cavs will celebrate their first-ever NBA championship. There will be the all-important ring ceremony, the unveiling of the Cavs’ championship banner, and there might even be a few tears shed considering the emotional toll of ending Cleveland’s 52-year title drought this past June.
“Like I told some of the guys already, I might cry, but we’ve still got a game to play,” Cavs coach Ty Lue told reporters. “It’s going to be an emotional night, and rightfully so. We’ve done something that no other team in the NBA has done.”
(By Michael Singer, USA TODAY)
McGrady called Dennis Rodman’s recent statement that James would have been an “average” player in the 1990s “a little overboard,” calling LeBron “one of the most gifted athletes that we’ve ever seen in our game, any era.”
It was only natural that McGrady would be asked about the LeBron-Jordan debate, because his career spanned both eras and he himself was once considered one of the best players in the world, before injuries robbed him of his athleticism.
James is already one of the greatest players ever. He should be appreciated as that, on his own terms, rather than being constantly held to standards that are irrelevant to him.
(By Sean Highkin, ForTheWin )
In the final minutes of Cleveland's Game 7 victory, LeBron James chased down Andre Iguodala for a giant block that helped seal a 93–89 win and the Cavs’ first championship.
With the game tied, 89–89, James ran back on defense after a Kyrie Irving miss. In transition, Iguodala kicked the ball to Curry, and got it back for a layup try. James sprinted toward the bucket, leaped just outside the restricted area, and pinned Iguodala's shot against the backboard.
James won Finals MVP after finishing the game with 27 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. He hit the game-sealing free throw with an injured wrist.
(By SI WIRE, Sports IIIustrated)
In the 2014–15 season, James missed two weeks due to left knee and lower back strains, the longest stretch of missed games in his career. In total, he played a career-low 69 games and his final averages were 25.3 points, 6 rebounds, and 7.4 assists per game.
"I was excited," Irving said. "You have to empathize with the guy. I think we all felt his emotions with his essay (on SI.com). ... I found out like everyone else found out."
"I'm glad we got it done," Irving said. "A couple days later, a guy decided to come back to Cleveland. The rest is history. Now, we'll let (general manager) David Griffin do his thing. ...
LeBron James makes Cleveland better...
(By ESPN.com new services)